Chase Opens Homeownership Center in
Stockbridge area of Atlanta
Advisors will work face-to-face to help keep families in their homes
Center is the second in Atlanta
April 26, 2010 02:22 PM Eastern Daylight Time
ATLANTA--(EON: Enhanced Online News)--Chase opens its second Homeownership Center at 245 Country
Club Drive, Building 300, Suite B, in Stockbridge this week to provide one-on-one help to families struggling with
their mortgage payments.
Chase is holding a special open house 9 to 10 a.m. Tuesday, April 27, where Chase mortgage counselors will make
a brief presentation on the modification process for local nonprofit leaders and government officials.
“We created these local centers so our borrowers can sit down and discuss their situation face-to-face with trained
loan advisors in these challenging times,” said David Schneider, head of mortgage servicing at Chase. “They are part
of a wide-ranging initiative to help families stay in their homes whenever possible.”
Chase now has two Homeownership Centers in Georgia. The first opened in March 2009 at 900 Circle 75
Parkway, Suite 760 in the Buckhead area of Atlanta. Open six days a week, the centers reflect the bank’s
commitment to families hit hard by the state’s economic challenges and its real estate market.
Center staffers reach out to homeowners through hundreds of community foreclosure-prevention fairs and through
non-profit counselors. In addition, Chase has contacted thousands of struggling borrowers living near one of the
Nationwide, Chase has 51 Chase Homeownership Centers in 14 states and Washington D.C.
The centers are open Monday though Saturday with day and evening hours. For information, borrowers struggling
with Chase, WaMu or EMC-serviced loans can call (866) 550-5705 or go to www.chase.com/myhome.
Chase is the only major mortgage servicer that has opened a large network of face-to-face centers to help struggling
homeowners understand their options and help pull together paperwork for mortgage modif